No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball is back in front of fans in College Park and it will take on Quinnipiac for the opening game of the season on Tuesday.
Maryland won its only exhibition match ahead of the season, claiming an 89-40 victory over Fayetteville State back on Nov. 5. Now, the Terps will turn its attention to the first team they will take on in 2021-22.
Despite the departures of players like Darryl Morsell and Aaron Wiggins, the Terps have reloaded for the upcoming campaign with key transfers like guard Fatts Russell and center Qudus Wahab to round out the starting lineup. It’ll be a season of high expectations for head coach Mark Turgeon and the rest of the program.
Maryland is coming into the game having won 44 straight home-openers.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of Tuesday’s matchup against Quinnipiac.
All-time series: Tuesday’s matchup will be the first all-time meeting between both programs.
Odds: Maryland -22.5
How to watch and listen
Tuesday, Nov. 9, 7 p.m. ET, Xfinity Center, College Park, Maryland
TV: Big Ten Plus
Radio: Maryland Sports Radio Network
Stream: B1G+ App
Catch up before the game
- No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball vs. Quinnipiac preview
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- Maryland men’s basketball guard Eric Ayala named to preseason All-Big Ten team
- Maryland men’s basketball center Qudus Wahab named to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award watch list
- Maryland men’s basketball forward Donta Scott named to Karl Malone Award watch list
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- Maryland men’s basketball guard Eric Ayala named to West Award watch list
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- Maryland men’s basketball ranked at the No. 21 spot in the AP Top 25 Preseason Poll
- Three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball media day